Pruitt advisers pan science ‘transparency’ proposal

Read the full story in The Hill.

A team of external scientific advisers to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt is criticizing his proposal to restrict the scientific findings that the agency can use in writing and enforcing regulations.

The critique, posted Tuesday to the EPA’s website, comes from a working group of the Science Advisory Board, a panel of experts — some of whom Pruitt hand-picked — charged with evaluating the EPA’s science and regulatory actions.

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